Energy industry executives expect continued volatility in the price-per-barrel of oil for the remainder of 2011, with 64 percent predicting that crude prices will exceed $121 per barrel, according to results from the 9th Annual Energy Survey conducted by the KPMG Global Energy Institute.
Man, we've been focusing on all the wrong things. In our attempt to figure out how the political shift in Washington, D.C. earlier this month will affect the green car industry, we stupidly paid attention to the politicians. (slaps forehead) The Washington Post does the right thing and discovered what the real power brokers in D.C. – the corporations and the lobbyists – think of the new landscape. The short version: climate change is real, and we are going to do something about it. F
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